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April 10, 2008

Tina Fey on Top - Page 4

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AP: How many years have you been doing Gyrotonics?
TF: I've been doing it on my own for four years and teaching for six months.

AP: Do you sleep with makeup on?
TF: Yes, but not mine.

AP: How many plastic surgeries have you had? And be honest.
TF: I had my boobs moved farther apart. And I had this thing where they take what is basically a medical version of a grapefruit knife, and they loosen the skin on your whole body, and they pull it up over your head, and then basically tie it like a bread bag. Also, I had a diamond surgically implanted in my toe.

AP: I bet that gives you a lot of trouble at airports.
TF: I almost forgot—I also had spinal implants to make my spine look fatter.

AP:Fat spines are very in. The fatter the spine, the more beautiful the back. Good luck with Baby Mama
TF: I'm addressing women—w-o-m-y-n—directly now: You're going to say to your male lover or husband, "Hey, I wanna go see this movie," and he's going to say, "Maybe, but I wanna go see that movie where Jessica Alba plays the blind surgeon and the cars blow up," and you know what you need to say? "No. We're going to Baby Mama."

The Essential Tina Fey

Name: Elizabeth Stamatina Fey

Age: 38ish (her birthday is May 18)

Schooled . . . at UVA, before heading to Chicago and joining The Second City comedy troupe.

Geek revenge: Fey's first movie, Mean Girls, is based in part on her life as an AP nerd at Pennsylvania's Upper Darby High School.

Ceiling smasher: In 1999, became SNL's first female head writer.

Domestic goddess: In 2001, married SNL composer (and current 30 Rock producer/composer) Jeff Richmond. They have a 2-year-old daughter, Alice Zenobia.

Hardware haul: A Golden Globe, a SAG award, a Writers Guild Award, and two Emmys.

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